TUTORIALS FOR EXAMS
MATERIAL FOR LEARNING
BASH SCRIPTING TUTORIALS
REGULAR EXPRESSIONS TUTORIAL
BOOLEAN ALGEBRA TUTORIALS
SOLVE CUBE, PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS
SOFTWARE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
MICRO BIT TUTORIALS
credit to Ryan Chadwick sir
about the author
Hi. My name is Ryan Chadwick and I have been teaching Linux to students for over 10 years now. It's something that I very much enjoy. In a world where we are increasingly hiding the complexities away from users (smartphones and tablets in particular), it is always satisfying to give that power back to people and allow them to do much more with their technology.
But teaching is only one of the things I do. I also develop and manage websites, and manage computer systems for a few different organizations. I feel that all my work is complementary and benefits from what I learn in others. Combined, they give me a fairly good understanding of how the technology works, and also an understanding of how people use technology, perceive technology, learn technology and work around the technology.
This app is both for you, and for me. For you, it is a digital form of what I have been teaching my students over the years. For me, it is an opportunity to clarify and polish what I teach and how I deliver it. To these ends, if you have any feedback at all, be it to tell me you found a particular section confusing, or to let me know it was helpful, I would be more than happy to hear from you.
If you are a teacher, academic, manager or trainer and wish to use this material in your classes or training you are more than welcome to link to these pages and refer your students here or show them in your classes, but please do not just copy my material.
I've put a fair amount of time and effort into creating these resources so please be cool and do the right thing.
To the best of my knowledge, the material contained within these pages is correct. I make no guarantees, however. I also take no responsibility for any damage you may do based upon knowledge gained from here (even though the chances of doing so are relatively small at best). Please use common sense when using any of the knowledge and skills gained from using this material.